i'm not sure what version my uncle was using but i thought it looked better that, maybe 2.0?
the only flight simulator i ever played was chuck yeager's, although i didn't play much.
did play this racing one more
we had a cga monitor and never got an ega one. iirc we had a 386/25 or something like that, and made a jump to a 486dx2 66 which maybe had an svga? i remember one christmas getting a sound blaster card for it and police quest 3. and that's when gaming got really awesome on the compy for me
I still have a 5.25 floppy copy of Yeager for the Apple II e that my dad bought and I played a bunch. Still not worth anything too.
Terrorist trainer 2019
this is no joke too... you can actually log training hours..
I'm pretty old school where I use the simulation but wouldn't want it to count towards my own seat time.. meanwhile [MENTION=16]PANDA[/MENTION] is living my dream and actually logging hours in the air.
Certification requires not only that the user have the certified X-Plane software, but also certified hardware (cockpit and flight controls) available through companies like Precision Flight Controls and Fidelity. This is because flight training systems can only be certified as a complete package (a software and hardware combination). The certified software is available for $500 to $1,000 per copy from PFC and Fidelity and the hardware runs from $5,000 to $500,000.
Gonna have to build a new computer for this. As well as purchase a yoke and pedal set. I was surprised when M$ axed FSX. I thought it was like the best selling computer game/simulation of all time.